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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Prosecution of key Maidan suspects sabotaged by Interior Ministry & Police management
    Oct09

    Prosecution of key Maidan suspects sabotaged by Interior Ministry & Police management

    The Special Investigations Department has named four men, including a general holding a high post in Ukraine’s National Guard whom it suspects of having coordinated the Berkut storming of Maidan on 18-19 February, 2014 …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Why is the US trying to shut down Russian security company Kaspersky Lab?
    Oct08

    Why is the US trying to shut down Russian security company Kaspersky Lab?

    Eugene Kaspersky Wikimedia, CC BY-SAThe Wall Street Journal has published allegations that the Russian government stole highly sensitive information from a contractor at the National Security Agency (NSA) with the aid of antivirus software from the Russian company Kaspersky Lab. The source of this allegation was “people familiar with the matter”....

    Saakashvili Asks for Asylum in Ukraine
    Oct07

    Saakashvili Asks for Asylum in Ukraine

    The former Georgian president calls supporters to rally in Kyiv against corruption and the arrogance of politicians. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Saudi King on Historic Visit to Moscow
    Oct07

    Saudi King on Historic Visit to Moscow

    New era of relations touted as investments, oil prices, and Middle East strategies take center stage. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukrainian TV Live-Streams Fake Congressional Hearing
    Oct07

    Ukrainian TV Live-Streams Fake Congressional Hearing

    Event was arranged by a former U.S. lawmaker with ties to leading Ukrainian and Hungarian politicos. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    NATO, Latvia Claim More Russian Cyber-Attacks
    Oct07

    NATO, Latvia Claim More Russian Cyber-Attacks

    Incidents of alleged electronic espionage provide more clues to Kremlin’s ability to employ hybrid warfare techniques against NATO countries. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia’s Culture Minister Could Lose Ph.D.
    Oct07

    Russia’s Culture Minister Could Lose Ph.D.

    Conservative historian comes under scrutiny from academics, who describe his thesis as unscientific, biased, and cluttered with misleading statements. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Prospects for a UN Peacekeeping Mission to Donbas
    Oct07

    Prospects for a UN Peacekeeping Mission to Donbas

    During the September United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Russia and Ukraine each presented proposals for the deployment of a peacekeeping mission to Donbas. However, the differences between the two countries reduce the probability of reaching agreement on that issue. From Ukraine’s perspective, the mission should be deployed in all...

    Divide and conquer
    Oct07

    Divide and conquer

    Ten years ago, the idea that Russia had the will or ability to interfere in other countries’ affairs was widely dismissed as paranoid scaremongering. Not any more. Events in the United States, France, Ukraine and elsewhere have highlighted the Kremlin’s ability—real or perceived—to project power beyond its borders. …read more...

    The Fait Accompli in the 21st Century Security Landscape: From Crimea to Doklam to the Spratly Islands
    Oct07

    The Fait Accompli in the 21st Century Security Landscape: From Crimea to Doklam to the Spratly Islands

    RSVP HERE From Ukraine to the South China Sea, the fait accompli reappears time and again as the strategy of choice to challenge the status quo, imposing losses in a calculated gamble that victims will relent rather than escalate. The Stimson Center is pleased to host Dan Altman, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Georgia State...

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